Charlie Rose Interviews ONE Co-Founder Bono

The ONE blog highlights a recent Charlie Rose interview with ONE co-founder Bono, lead singer of U2. According to the blog, “Bono discusses the impact of U.S. foreign assistance.” In the interview, Bono says, “The United States — it’s a heroic story. You are way out in front in the fight against AIDS. Of the eight million people that are on antiretroviral drugs, most of them are alive because of America — Do Americans know that?” The blog provides a link to a video of the interview (Gharib, 5/17).

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